Arm yourself with the sophisticated HP 300s+ Scientific Calculator with advanced functions to tackle your most challenging Math and Science courses
- Work in low-light conditions with solar power plus battery back-up.
- Help protect your HP 300s+ from bumps and drops with the durable slide-on cover.
- Easily view equations on the sleek 60.5 mm x 24.3 mm LCD display.
- See expressions as you would on paper. View your entry and the result at the same time with a student-friendly, 4-line, 15-character textbook display.
- Improve accuracy and efficiency – use navigation keys to scroll through equations and edit recent entries.
- Display results in your choice of engineering, scientific or standard notation.
- Store and recall important results and data with nine easy-to-use memory keys.
Ideal for Math and Science students
- Solve math and science problems efficiently using 315 built-in functions.
- Use a full library of algebraic, logarithmic, trigonometric and hyperbolic functions as well as their inverses.
- Calculate common probability functions including permutations, combinations and factorials.
- Approved for use on most college placement exams.
- Streamline prime factorization, whole number division, fraction reduction and GCF/LCM calculations with built-in tools.
- Perform decimal and hexadecimal conversions. Convert from decimals to fractions. Make metric and imperial unit conversions.
- Easily enter one-and-two-variable statistical data with table-based editor. Calculate mean, standard deviation, variance, regression analysis and more
- Battery: LR44x1
- Solar cell. Built into front of the calculator
Auto power off
- 5 minutes
- Built-in: 315
- Metric Conversions, simultaneous equations, simplification, integer division, GCD/ LCM, prime factorization,
Probability and Statistics:
- Combination, permutation, table -based statistics data editor with 2-variable statistics, random numbers, summary statistics and regression analysis
Best used for
- General mathematics, Arithmetic, Algebra, Trigonometry, Statistics, Probability